Automotive industries globally, including the UK, have recently switched development trends from the traditional power train mechanical components into the digitally advanced electrification aspects in advanced propulsion vehicles. This has opened doors for next-gen hybrid electrical vehicles (HEV) or electric vehicles (EV) that not only help in controlling environmental damage but also boost performance, provide a wide speed range, and others. To ensure high energy efficiency and system reliability of HEV and EV vehicle operations, automobile companies are currently on the look-out for advanced lubricants in hybrid electrified drivelines. The focus is given to lubricants that can easily subject to an additional load from electrostatic sparks and magnetic currents, function seamlessly with copper materials, tolerate higher temperatures and speeds, and address varying friction requirements.
Keeping in mind such drastic transitions, we have compiled this issue of Auto Tech Outlook in order to assist organisations in the task of finding accomplished solution providers to help them navigate the electric and hybrid vehicle technology realm. In this edition, we have listed Top 10 Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Solution Providers in UK 2021 to highlight the enterprises that can escalate the chances of your growth. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these enlisted solution providers and consulting/ services companies are transforming the electric and hybrid vehicle paradigm at the cloverleaf of various disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine comprises insights from subject-matter experts, CIOs, and CXOs in the automotive sector on the latest industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and highlights their expertise. We hope this issue of Auto Tech Outlook helps you build the partnership you and your organisation need to foster an environment driven by robust and efficient technology.
We present to you Auto Tech Outlook, “Top 10 Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Technology Solution Providers in UK - 2021.”